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Nov 17, 2013 10:00pm EST
. the random testimony of judges or juries. so there's a kind of on the fairness in that and i don't know if i am making that clear. .. >> every day in a criminal court room somebody will tap me on this note -- shoulder do you know, who my lawyer is? they have no idea they have not met them. kid you imagine god forbid it did not even knowing who your lawyer was? that is the language of lawyers say and people just have no idea how to navigate and don't even know who their lawyer is. >> said general and fairness is the manufacturer of crime of lot of police departments to undercover stings of buy or bust operation for drugs or for prostitution to use illicit a and other undercover things like robberies' or a police officer with the iphone and i think that adds a level of randomness to cases to devote resources we don't need. >> host: to close out on a positive note. for both of you what to advice would you give to young lawyers speaking of law students going into this field or want to? you don't want to give all the bad stuff. what would you? >> we are happy defenders. >> i guess all of these t
Nov 23, 2013 8:00am EST
live this weekend on booktv on c-span2. and don't forget to weigh in on our november book club question: what books are you reading on jfk? post your thoughts anytime on our book club chat room, >> presidential historian tevi troy examines the popular culture that american presidents have partaken in over the past 200 years from andrew jackson's interest in attending the theater to the reading habits of dwight eisenhower. he speaks on a panel with jonah gold burg, william galston and political analyst and columnist mona charen. this panel discussion is just under two hours. >> ladies and gentlemen, good afternoon. i'm chris demuth, fellow here at the hudson institute, and i will be moderating this afternoon's session in which we will be recognizing and celebrating and discoursing upon tevi troy's new book, "what jefferson read, ike watched and obama tweeted: 200 years of popular culture this the white house." with a title like that, you might expect that the book is a parade of ton and entertaining stories about presidents' idiosyncratic tastes in reading, theater,
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